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Are Flu Vaccines Safe During Pregnancy? Researchers Find Inconclusive Link Between Flu Shots And Miscarriages

For years pregnant women have been having second thoughts on whether it’s safe for them to take the flu vaccine for fear that doing so would cause them to miscarriage. The default consensus among scientists is that the vaccine is completely safe for pregnant women, and are in fact recommended to reduce the risk of influenza, which has been proven ...

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Doctors Find 27 Contact Lenses Stuck In Woman’s Eye: Patient Thought Discomfort Was Due To ‘Old Age’

A 67-year-old woman thought that her eye discomfort was due to dry eye and old age. But to her shock and that of eye doctors, it was revealed that 27 contact lenses were found lodged in the patient’s eye. As related by Optometry Today, the patient was not aware that she had several contact lenses missing at the time she ...

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Marijuana Report Fails To Find Any Real Health Benefits, Cannabis Use May Even Cause Heart Attacks

The medical community, cannabis advocates, and lawmakers have long debated the health impact of marijuana use and the drug’s ability to provide therapeutic value. Now, a recent comprehensive report is casting doubt on marijuana’s potential to treat many health conditions. The report, published by the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine, reviewed over 10,000 studies that examined marijuana’s association ...

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Turns Out Gluten-Free Folks Aren’t Crazy: Scientists Find Wheat Proteins That Make People Sicker

Scientists has provided vindication for people without celiac disease who say that they feel better when they avoid foods that contain wheat and gluten. A group of relatively unknown wheat proteins has been shown to worsen a whole host of medical conditions even among people who do not have a wheat allergy or celiac disease. Researchers presenting at the 2016 ...

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Researchers Find Potential Link Between Air Pollution And Alzheimer’s Disease

Air pollution may be contributing to the onset of Alzheimer’s disease, especially for people living in cities. A new study found tiny magnetic particles from air pollution can enter the human brain and increase the production of free radicals. Scientists believe there is a distinct possibility these free radicals could accelerate certain brain diseases like Alzheimer’s. After analyzing the brain ...

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T-Pain — Help Me Find My Niece's Killer

Breaking News T-Pain is begging the public to help him and authorities find the suspect who fatally stabbed his niece Tuesday morning in Florida. Tallahassee cops say they responded to a call of someone getting stabbed at a Walgreens. When cops arrived, they found the victim bleeding heavily and she eventually died from her wounds.  Police didn’t say it, but T-Pain ...

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Switched At Birth: 41 Years Later, Two Friends Find Out They Were Switched, And They’re Not The Only Ones [Video]

In a shocking case of out of rural Northern Canada, a pair of good friends have just discovered that they were switched at birth 41 years ago. The mistake allegedly took place at a government-run Canadian hospital in Manitoba back in 1975. Reportedly, DNA tests have confirmed that Leon Swanson and David Tait Jr. were indeed raised by the wrong ...

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Researchers find Android apps can secretly track users' whereabouts

Any Android phone can be turned into a tracking device using its sensors without the user knowing, according to researchers at Northeastern University.  Apps can access the motion and orientation sensors in an Android phone without explicitly asking for permissions, as sensors such as GPS do. This information can be used to generate an accurate picture of where someone is travelling and even where ...

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Iranian hackers attack Telegram to find 15 million accounts

Hackers in Iran gained access to more than a dozen accounts on secure messaging platform Telegram and confirmed the details of 15 million Iranian users, according to security researchers.  The alleged breach of Telegram, which is favoured by security and privacy conscious users for its end-to-end encryption, sparked fears that sensitive communications from activists, journalists and dissidents in Iran may have been compromised.  “We ...

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‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Plane Crash Survivors May Find More Chaos When They Get Back Home, Confrontations Are Expected

A plane went down and crashed on General Hospital last week, but it looks like they will have more chaos when the survivors get back to Port Charles. Jason, Sam, Dante, Lulu, Ava, Laura, and Kevin are all expected to make it through the accident and they want nothing more than to get back home to their loved ones. However, ...

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